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- Ranked as the #32 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2016.
- Ranked as the #11 freshman attackman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2016.
- Honorable Mention USILA All-American.
- Second Team All-Big Ten.
- Finished second on the team in goals (25), assists (20) and points (45). Added 21 ground balls and two caused turnovers.
- Counted 20 goals and 16 assists to his credit in final 10 games (3.6 ppg.).
- Opened season with a 12-game point-scoring streak.
- Tied for team-lead with 11 multi-point and five multi-assist games.
- Second on the team with three hat tricks and six multi-goal games.
- Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week after a six-goal, one-assist effort in an 18-17 come-from-behind overtime win against Virginia.
- Nothced second straight Big Ten Offensive POW award after a five-goal effort in a 12-6 win against Rutgers.
- Fueled 13-11 win over fifth-ranked Penn State with one goal and three assists.
- Enjoyed most productive game of career with a three-goal, six-assist showing in a 19-9 win over Michigan. Nine points are most by a JHU player since Ryan Brown had nine at Ohio State in 2015; six assists are most for a Blue Jay since Connor Reed had six at Virginia in 2015 (NCAA 1st Round).
- Played in all 15 games and finished rookie season with 13 goals and three assists for 16 points.
- Tied for sixth on the team in goals and ranked seventh in points and tied for second in extra-man goals (5).
- One of just two freshmen on the team to play in all 15 games and team-leader among rookies in goals and points.
- Scored twice in a 9-8 loss at Loyola and added two more in a 17-7 win against Princeton.
- Notched first career hat trick and added an assist for a career-high four points in a 19-7 win at UMBC.
- Earned Big Ten Freshman of the Week after a two-goal performance against Ohio State. Two goals against the Buckeyes bookended a 4-1 run that turned a 2-2 tie into a 6-3 lead that JHU never relinquished.
- Fired home two goals, including an extra-man strike, in a 19-13 win at Michigan.
At Hill Academy
- Spent post-gaduate year the Hill Academy after graduating from Shenendehowa high school.
- Under Armour All-American.
- Helped Hill Academy to a 14-1 record in 2015 and the prestigious North American Lacrosse Tournament championship.
- Tallied 35 goals and 20 assists along with 20 ground balls in one season at Hill.
- Kyle Marr.
- Son of Scott and Traci Marr.
- Has two younger sisters, Jordyn and Keeley.
- Sister, Jordyn, is a member of the women's lacrosse team at Albany.
- Mother earned her master's degree from Johns Hopkins.
- Father played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins and is now the head coach at University of Albany.
- Father was a teammate of currnt Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala on the Blue Jays' 1987 NCAA Championship team.
- Uncle, Dave Marr, played at Johns Hopkins from 1993-96 and is JHU's career leaader in assists (134).
- Majoring in political science.